Scholarly Communication

 

What is Scholarly Communication?

Scholarly communication refers to the system through which scholarship is created, distributed, evaluated, and preserved for future use. It encompasses both traditional modes of publication, such as journal articles, books, book chapters, and conference proceedings, and emerging channels for the communication of scholarly work, such as open access publishing, digital scholarship projects, online scholarly communities, and institutional and disciplinary repositories.

 

Scholarly Communication Services at Seattle University

Lemieux Library offers resources and services to support Seattle University faculty, staff, and students in all aspects of their scholarly work. In addition to hosting ScholarWorks, Seattle University’s institutional repository, Lemieux Library can assist you with questions regarding publishing agreements, author rights, open access, use of copyright-protected materials in scholarly publications, sharing and publication of research data, and evaluation of journal reputation and publishing solicitations.

For more information, contact Rochelle Lundy, Scholarly Communication Officer, at lundyrochell@seattleu.edu.